HAPPY BELATED EARTH DAY!
Today’s post is going to be short & sweet. As you might be able to tell from my former posts I am trying my hardest to be as Eco-conscience as possible and do right by Mother Earth (i.e. 338 more words
As a forest ecologist, I have argued for decades that public forests need to be protected as our irreplaceable natural legacy. New studies from Oregon State University and Oregon’s Global Warming Commission Task Force on Forest Carbon show that there are critically important climate benefits to be added that could make Oregon the nation’s first carbon-neutral state if forestry practices are improved. 14 more words
Traveling is a fantastic way to learn about new cultures and experience different perspectives in the world. However, traveling can be hard on the planet and have negative impacts on locations around the world. 746 more words